Thursday, August 07, 2008

Swimming with the dolphins in Japan

One of the biggest attraction of Mikurajima — a tiny, unspoiled island hundreds of miles south of Tokyo — are the surroundings waters, which team with dolphins, some of whom have been known to pose for pictures.

"Excuse me, but do any of you know a guy named Flipper?"

Like Yakushima, Mikurajima is a mountainous volcanic island with a coast that is steep, rocky and inaccessible at many points.

—Mellow Monk

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